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Great book, Covers well about the Economic history of U.S a good quick read. This won't be a book to look into detail, it gives more of an overview.Published 1 month ago by R.Thomas
John Steel Gordon is without question one of the best authors in the world today. This book should be required reading for every American! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ashley Peterson
What we've forgotten in government that we should have remembered -- real separation of power, respect but thoughtful dissent essential information needed for true democracy. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Talley
Ah.... debt is good, what a blessing. What could go wrong? I dislike him even more. But glad I read it.Published 14 months ago by Mark Vizenor
Historical, neutral, intriguing, enlightening. Fun to learn about the individual personalities as well.
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This sets straight a lot of misconceptions about the national debt, such as how it got us out of the debt amassed during the War of Independence, how managing debt properly... Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Woodman1
Straight to the point about national debt and deficits. Gordon did a wonderful job of writing an interesting short history of our national debt, etc.Published on November 23, 2012 by Frank C. Turner